O Ya is an exceptional restaurant, both in quality of food served and in price. A pair of maguro goes for $9, so it's hard to eat a filling meal here for under $100 a person. But, oh, the innovation! Although the sushi can be prepared "traditionally", it normally comes in unique combinations; the maguro nigiri is actually torch-seared, and comes with soy-marinated garlic and microgreens. Fabulous meal, but it doesn't come cheap.
Yes, it is expensive. REALLY expensive. But it's worth it. If you're going to splurge on sushi, splurge on the best, and O Ya has it. Our waitress was amazing. When she learned we liked sake she brought us some different kinds on the house so we could pick what we liked. And we got to meet Tiffani from Top Chef! Everything is melt in your mouth. I want to go back and try omakase.
Food here is cheap compare to other Chinese food shops, but taste is mediocre also. As there is no other option nearby it's worth of shot.
Has a very comfortable atmosphere. Staffs were very nice. Didn't have to wait very long for a table. The duck fat fries were my favourite!
this chinese food restaurant is large and serves dim sum on the weekends.
i have eaten here 10 times and really like the food....
The food is grate I been going her for over 20 yers.
its ok was way better a few years ago but still good